Welcome to Gabby, a family company that creates unique, eclectic furniture and lighting in transitional, modern, and antique style for the design and retail trade. Gabby’s truly exceptional furnishings tell a story of inspiration and craftsmanship. We continually innovate with unique materials to create something new including dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting and US-made custom upholstery. Our products are based off of unique ideas or concepts generated by our talented design staff.
High Point Market, which takes place each spring and fall, is easily the most anticipated week of the season, not only for our team here at Gabby, but for the entire design industry. This event had the city of High Point, N.C., humming with designers and buyers all aflutter with the revealing of the latest trends in home decor. Some of the top trends of the Spring 2014 High Point Market included modern takes on interesting textures, such as woven furnishings, gilded finishes, details like nailhead trim and geometric patterns, and unique materials. As always, the most exciting part of High … read more
Interiors that are thoughtfully designed with flexibility in mind allow clients to enjoy their home in a variety of ways, enhancing quality of life while optimizing functionality and efficiency. Versatility can be achieved with furnishings that offer multipurpose viability and a wide range of applications. Even when choosing chairs for your client’s at-home bar or tall kitchen counter, you should achieve not only style and comfort, but also versatility so your client’s barstools look and feel fabulous no matter what the arrangement or occasion. The Cooper and Conrad Barstools are two transitional barstools available through Gabby that can help you gracefully achieve all three. These stunning stools … read more
At Gabby, transitional furniture style has become a staple trend over the last few seasons. Some designers are after the updated classics while others look for a chameleon piece that can blend well in any environment. Here are some reflections from Gabby on transitional furniture style: There are many sufficient definitions online, so we won’t elaborate on that. Below is a primer collection of ideas you may have not considered about transitional design. Transitional style mingles characteristics of both traditional and contemporary styles. But transitional design mainly revolves around hospitality, and just like this industry connotes, it … read more